Project DMZconflict is an extensive Storefront project aims at addressing the effects of by proposing alternative spatial strategies in relation to the Korean Demilitarized Zone. Taking the DMZ as an example of political, military, and economic polarization, the project calls for using design strategies rather than military force to initiate paths toward reunification of the Korean peninsula and its people. Project DMZ intends to be an open forum that encourages the participation of individuals from different generations, cultures, and disciplines. Participants included Nam June Paik, Paul Virilio, Avant Travaux Studio, and Lebbeus Woods.